Reads That Touched Me — April Edition
Stories that touched some part of my soul
“We read to know we’re not alone.”
― William Nicholson, Shadowlands
Yes, I am late with my April list of reads. But hey, we all know how life has a fantastic way of shifting our priorities and no matter how hard we try, we just cannot ignore them.
So, after taking care of as much of stuff as I could, here is my list of amazing write ups that I had to share in this edition of ‘reads that touched me’.
Hope you enjoy reading this short but impactful list. I made this while sipping a nice big glass of soothing butter milk. Its super-hot in Mumbai.
Anyway, here is the list. Enjoy!
I have been looking for writeups that explains the sensitive side of an extrovert and bam! This wonderful write up by Christabelle Santos explains this phenomenon beautifully.
In this thought-provoking write up by Kyra Bussanich explore why we have nothing to be envious about once we know what goes on behind the scenes of the life we wished we had.
A real life social media detox experience can teach us so much. Do read this relatable and thought-provoking read by Mike Caprio.
Some stories just make you ache with emotions and your heart is at a tug of war between tears and happiness. Dive into this exceptional piece by Eko BP.
In this thought-provoking write up on consent using a mind blowing food analogy by Danielle Loewen, here is a fantastic description of how its not okay to take something without permission.
As writers, we often lose our way only to find our way back. And this heart-touching write up by Winston reminded me as to why I started to write in the first place. Thank you so much for this fantastic piece.
There couldn’t have been a better way to thank the kindest soul on medium — David Perlmutter as he highlights every piece that we write. Thank you so much for always encouraging us to write on. Your highlights keep us going.
And thank you to the amazing as always Vidya Sury, Collecting Smiles for writing this beautiful ode. Every word is what I would have expressed too to thank this wonderful human being — David. I just had to share this.
Sometimes we take our lives for granted until we read something that moves us from within. Dive into this soul moving poem by the heartwarming Neera Handa Dr.
Some poems contain an image so strong that you can feel the scene unfold in front of you. I loved this M.T. Pariti and I am sure you, the reader will love this too.
Thanks so much for reading! If you wish to catch up on my previous editions, below is the link.
Have a wonderful day, week and month ahead.